Annual Fire Alarm and Sprinkler Inspection


Please be advised that authorized personnel from the Fire Alarm System maintenance service provider will be on site to perform the annual fire alarm and sprinkler inspection as part of the routine planned preventive maintenance. During this time, the buildings’ audible alarm and flashing strobes will be activated for several minutes. This will be repeated during the testing period multiple times. Please disregard any audible alarms or flashing strobes as this is required to test the buildings life safety system appropriately. These inspections are required by the local fire marshall, fire codes, and national standards.

Note: If the audible alarm and flashing strobes are recurrently operating for more than 5 minutes during the test period then, this is a genuine evacuation indication and all occupants must follow the evacuation procedures immediately.

Inspection Areas: Montecito Clubhouse, Fitness Center, HOA Office, Shadow Golf Club, Santa Rosa Clubhouse

Date of Inspection: April 22 through April 26

Time of Inspection: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

We apologize for the inconvenience caused during the time of testing and appreciate your cooperation.

For more information, please contact the Facilities Maintenance Department at 760-345-4349 ext. 2401.

Santa Rosa Tennis and Pickleball Resurface Project

The Santa Rosa Tennis and Pickleball Courts 5 and 6 resurface project is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 22 and will be completed by Friday, May 17.

During this period, Tennis and Pickleball Courts 5 and 6 will remain close for the courts resurfacing project. The closure will ensure the courts resurfacing project can be completed as quickly, safely, and efficiently as possible. Any updates to this timeline will be provided via on-site notices and notifications on the community website.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

For more information, please contact the Facilities Maintenance Department at 760-345-4349 ext. 2401.

HOA Board Election 2019 Results

To all who were not in attendance at the Annual Meeting today here are the results:

  • Kim Fuller was elected to the Board with 1490 votes.
  • Linda Aasen was elected to the Board with 1572 votes.

Measure 1 - respecting changing the quorum and voting requirements of our governing documents received a total of 1678 votes; with 1487 YES votes (88.6%), and 191 NO votes (11.4%). Despite the overwhelming majority of votes in favor, the Measure did not pass because our present Governing documents require a total of 1760 “YES” votes to amend the By-laws (which is 51% of the voting power of the HOA).

Measure 2 and Measure 3 did not involve amending our governing documents, so only a quorum of 517 votes with passage by a majority was required. Thus;

  • Measure 2 approving the Minutes of Last Year’s Annual Meeting passed with 1620 YES votes to 70 NO votes.
  • Measure 3 approving allowing the Board to use the most favorable Federal tax regulations (Revenue Ruling 70-604) which is submitted to the membership every year, also passed with 1593 yes votes to 78 no votes.

Directly after the tallies were announced, the Board adjourned to Executive Session as provided for in our Governing Documents to determine the officers for the next year April 2019-2020. The results of that meeting were announced to those in attendance:

  • Kim Fuller - President
  • Fera Mostow - Vice-President
  • Bruce Marley - Treasurer
  • Linda Aasen - Secretary
  • Robert Israel - Member at Large

To all of you who voted your preferences, thank you. We welcome Linda Aasen to the Board and congratulate Kim Fuller on his re-election.

A video of the Annual Meeting can be viewed by clicking here.

Spring Cleaning

Beginning Monday, April 8, 2019, a dumpster will be placed behind the north-east corner of the Montecito Clubhouse.

Residents may use this dumpster to dispose of extra trash from spring cleaning. Please do not dump furniture, umbrellas, or anything other than trash. If furniture or large items continue to be dumped, the service will stop and the dumpster will be removed.

Please do not use any other dumpster.

The dumpster will be available until Friday, May 31, 2019.

City of Indio 2019 Festival Traffic Information

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will be held at the Empire Polo Club on April 12, 13 and 14 and April 19, 20 and 21, and Stagecoach California’s Country Music Festival on April 26, 27, and 28, 2019 at 81-800 Avenue 51.

On Thursday April 11 Through Sunday April 14, Thursday April 18 Through Sunday April 21, and Thursday April 25 Through Sunday April 28, the Following Roadways Will Be Primary Access Routes for the Festivals and Will Be Impacted:

  • Jefferson Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
  • Washington Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
  • Monroe Street, southbound, from I-10 to Avenue 52
  • Avenue 48 between Jefferson and Jackson
  • Highway 111 at Jefferson Street
  • Highway 111 at Monroe Street
  • I-10 exit eastbound at Jefferson
  • I-10 exit eastbound at Monroe
  • I-10 exit eastbound at Washington

On Each Friday of the Festivals Through Each Monday, the Following Roads Will Be Closed:

  • Avenue 49 between Hjorth Street and Monroe Street
  • Avenue 50 between Madison Street and Jackson Street
  • Hjorth Street between Avenue 49 and Avenue 50
  • Madison Street between Avenue 49 and Avenue 52


Avenue 50 between Madison and Monroe Street will experience intermittent closures and delays starting April 1st. Additionally, full closures will occur Friday through Sunday, April 12th – 14th, 19th – 21st and April 26th – 28th. The street will reopen to normal traffic patterns on May 4th.

On each Monday following the festivals, streets surrounding the Festival site and Interstate 10 WILL be busy with over 40,000 campers leaving the area.

Alternate Routes:

North and South travel, use Washington Street, Jackson Street, Calhoun Street and Golf Center Parkway

East and West travel, use Highway 111, Fred Waring Drive, Miles Avenue, Dr. Carreon Blvd. and Avenue 54.

Uber Location:

Avenue 49 and Monroe Street on the southwest corner.

Friends & Family / Taxi Drop off and Pick Up:

Avenue 52 and Madison Street on the northeast corner.

Continued for 2019:

Absolutely no pedestrians or pedestrian festival access will be allowed on Monroe Street between Avenue 49 and Avenue 52 and Madison Street between Avenue 50 and Avenue 52. Pedestrian Access IS available at the corner of Avenue 49 & Monroe Street and at the corner of Avenue 52 & Madison Street.

Please note that golf carts are not permitted on any of the above-listed streets.

There will be approximately 40,000 guests shuttled into and out of the concert venue from various locations throughout the Coachella Valley to help ease traffic conditions.

Please note that noise from the Festival site, could begin on each Thursday of the festivals, due to sound checks and on-site camping guests.

For concert questions or problems, please call 760-391-4112 or email to

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